Media Release

The East West Tie – Employment & Procurement Opportunities

The people of Northwestern Ontario have an important role to play in constructing the East-West Tie project. From ground clearing, line cutting and underground works, to electrical installations, technical support and line maintenance, the project needs skilled people from diverse disciplines to be successful.
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Statement by Minister Rickford on East-West Tie Line Project

"Ontario's Government working for the People has taken decisive action to designate NextBridge as the transmitter to build a 450-kilometer, double-circuit transmission line from Thunder Bay to Wawa, known as the East-West Tie Line Project, to ensure the availability of reliable electricity across northern Ontario.
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NextBridge is the Logical Choice to Build the East-West Tie

The Common Voice Northwest Energy Task Force (CVNW) today reaffirmed its support for NextBridge as the builder and operator of the proposed East West Tie transmission line expansion connecting Wawa to Thunder Bay.
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Northern Ontario Leaders Urge Province to Proceed with East-West Tie Transmission Project

Leaders from Northern Ontario First Nations and Municipalities today called on Ontario to proceed without further delay on the multi-million-dollar East-West Tie transmission project.
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Supercom Industries Celebrates Over 200 Successful Graduates

Supercom Industries LP, a 100% First Nation owned business partnership, is celebrating the graduation of over 200 Northern Ontarians from its energy-related training programs.
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Valard Construction and Supercom Industries Partner for East-West Tie Line Project

Valard Construction, a Quanta Services company, has been selected by NextBridge Infrastructure and Borealis Infrastructure to construct the Ontario East-West Tie Line Project in northern Ontario.
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